It cracks me up: all the Seattle's Best cafes have the exact same recipes. They all use the same ingredients.
Have you ever noticed that some baristas can make a drink better than others? That some just have the touch? There's one drink I will only order if one specific barista is going to make it, because only he makes it just right.
I almost caved on the no dairy thing today. I ordered a pizza online at Pizza Hut. The order didn't go through, and then it wouldn't let me place another order for 15 minutes. I then ordered a pizza online at Donatos, and even though I got the confirmation screen and everything, it disappeared when I arrived at the pickup window.
Is that a sign or what? It's okay, because Erin just gave me an awesome recipe for dairy-free ice cream. (THANK you!)
Now I'm sure this is a stupid question: What is rock salt? Where does one get it? I've always wondered.
Also, I need to clear out the house. There's too much stuff. I hate stuff. (One reason I want a Kindle.) I'm having a garage sale.
DH is the opposite of me. He likes stuff.
My dream home has some furniture, lots of empty surfaces, the bare essentials in the cupboards, and that's it. And all music, movies, and ebooks backed up online somewhere. A computer, a Kindle (well, a girl can dream, right?), a cell phone.
And, like, five pairs of pants, five pairs of shorts, fourteen shirts, two dresses. A pair of running shoes (hoping I can run again, that is), TKD uniform, black flats, sandals, and a pair of Crocks.
Maybe a little water fountain, a couple bamboo plants that my cats magically avoid chewing to pieces.
I can't think of anything else. I don't even want my TVs anymore; I watch everything on my computer.
So that's it; that's my dream house. I've already gone paperless by scanning my receipts and storing them on Shoeboxed.com. I store everything online now. I'm even scanning all my student's records.
So what about you? Are you "paperless" yet? What's your dream house like? How does one have a garage sale? Any tips? How do you price stuff?